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Officially Licensed JURASSIC PARK Fine Art Stills Available For the First Time Ever

Officially Licensed JURASSIC PARK Fine Art Stills Available For the First Time Ever

This year Jurassic Park turned 25, but it still looks as good today as it did when it first roared into theaters. And yet, despite it being one of the most beloved movies of all time, full of countless iconic moments, fans have never been able to bring home officially licensed stills from the film. Until now, that is, because for the first time ever, gallery-quality fine art prints of the film can be yours.

Classic Stills, whose gorgeous Game of Thrones prints we’ve told you about previously, has teamed up with Universal Brand Development for a series of limited edition images from the 1993 blockbuster. “Printed on archival-quality photo paper,” each photo is “framed meticulously by hand” and comes with “acid-free matting and hinging, and is protected by UV acrylic to prevent fading.” Every picture is also individually numbered and comes with a unique Certificate of Authenticity.

The eleven different scenes available include: Dr. Grant drawing the T-rex’s attention with a flare, Dr. Ian Malcolm warning about the dangers of the park, Lex grabbing a flashlight, and numerous shots of dinosaurs. Fans can order them in three different sizes–11″x 14″ ($149), 16″x 20″ ($295), and 24″x 30″ ($495)–and they are available for purchase in the US, Canada, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, and Italy. You can see the rest of the collection below.

It’s amazing this is the first time¬†gallery quality images have been sold for such an iconic movie full so many memorable moments, but after 25 years at least we know they’ll always look good.

Which one of these stills would you most want to hang in your home? Tell us in the comments section below.

Images: Classic Stills/Universal Brand Development








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